Richmond County Kicks Off Being Healthy, Being Faithful 2012 on Jan. 29

Richmond County has answered the call to Being Healthy,  Being Faithful 2012. Mary Swann and Yvonne McGraw of the Pee Dee Baptist Association have both been instrumental in rallying Baptist churches together to learn more about health as a faith issue. The first 2012 event is scheduled for January 29th from 3-5  p.m. at the Pee Dee Baptist Association, 119 Channie McManus Dr. in Hamlet. The Sunday Health Series that they are following can be found on the Being Healthy, Being Faithful Health Calendar here.

Sermons will be every 5th Sunday of 2012 at the Pee Dee Baptist Association. Please contact Joy Williams with any questions at 919-357-8625 or jtwilliams@ncouncilofchurches.org.  Please contact Yvonne McGraw  at 910-334-0187 for more information about participating in upcoming health events for the Pee Dee Baptist Association.

Partners in Health and Wholeness wants to reward your congregation’s healthy actions.  By being PHW Certified, you will also be a model for other churches; find out more here.

Remember, signing the PHW online Endorsement Resolution is a first step to committing to a healthy lifestyle for your community!

Joy Williams, Regional Consultant – Partners in Health & Wholeness Joy Williams, Regional Consultant – Partners in Health & Wholeness

I am passionate about health and faith. Children, families, and elders have my deepest love and concern, and I've cultivated a heart for dance, plants, cooking, water, chilling with great friends, and talking about the matters of the heart. I love the Lord and seek to bring myself and others closer to The King Most High.

Learn more about PHW and our efforts to improve the health of God’s people: healthandwholeness.org

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